Jan 242017
 January 24, 2017  Posted by  Featured News

Matthew Weaver reports:

Campaigners are threatening to sue the private security giant G4S over alleged privacy and data protection breaches after it began filming asylum seekers in their own homes without their consent.

Last month, more than 60 G4S housing and welfare officers working on a government contract to house 30,000 asylum seekers were issued with body-worn cameras in a measure designed to tackle violence and threats against staff.

Read more on The Guardian.

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